The 'Chicks On The Right' Combat Liberal Stereotypes in New Book: 'We're Not Two Old, White Dudes'

By Dan Joseph | October 14, 2014 | 3:02pm EDT

Strong, intelligent and creative female voices are increasingly important to the future of the conservative movement.  As is explaining conservative concepts and ideas in a way that attracts a younger demographic and people who may have been indoctrinated with negative stereotypes about conservatives and their policies.

Fortunately, the “Chicks on the Right,” Miriam Weaver and Amy Jo Clark, are experts at doing this and the conservative movement is about to be introduced to them in a big way. They already have a popular blog and nearly 700,000 followers on Facebook. So, chances are you've stumbled across their posts and hilarious political commentary where they skewer the left on a daily basis. Now the “Chicks” are getting ready to release their first book entitled “Right for a Reason: Life, Liberty and a Crapload of Common Sense”

I was joined via Skype by the ladies to discuss the book and discuss their vision for how conservatives can use humor and facts to help us escape the labels and political fallacies that the left has spent years attaching to the conservative movement.

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